Samsung has a huge selection of official Galaxy S22 accessories incoming

Victor, 19 December 2021

As we inch closer and closer to the likely February unveiling of the Galaxy S22 family, we have naturally started seeing more and more of the upcoming devices through increasingly-official channels, like the recently published support pages on BOX UK has now chimed in with its own "leak" of sorts, listing a large number of official accessories for the Galaxy S22 family on its site. Over 60 different items (color options included) across the trio of phones.

Galaxy S22 Ultra Smart Clear View Cover Galaxy S22 Ultra Clear Standing Cover
Galaxy S22 Ultra Smart Clear View Cover • Galaxy S22 Ultra Clear Standing Cover

Samsung seems to be going all-out this year, particularly in the case department. Galaxy S22 and S22+ users will get to choose from Clear Covers, Clear Standing Covers, Frame Covers, Leather Covers, Protective Standing Covers, Silicone Covers (with/without strap), Smart Clear View Covers, Smart LED View Covers, and Gel Cases. Galaxy S22 Ultra, or S22 Note owners, regardless of what the name ends up being, get to enjoy almost the entire selection too, except for the Frame Cover line. The particular selection at Box includes 24 official case options for the standard S22, with 19 options for the S22 Ultra and 23 for the Plus version.

S Pen in green
S Pen in green

Most of the listings on don't have any images yet, but there are a few exceptions. The retailer has also received S-Pen replacements for the biggest of the S22 bunch in a total of four colors - Green, Dark Red, White and Black. These should coincide with the color options of the phone and mostly match up with previous rumors.



Reader comments

Yup, I don't like it either. But sometimes you must have change just to be different from before. Imagine everyone's reaction if there was no design change from the S21 Ultra - which I think looks absolutely stunning. Even the Note 20 Ultra...

  • Anonymous

hope this is wrong/fake because that camera design looks backwards from the previous model smh

  • Anonymous

No. They gave up pop-up cameras because: - They take too much room of smartphones' design. - They can barely survive drop tests. - They make phones no longer resistant to water.

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